Chameleon Task Manager

Chameleon Task Manager 4.0

This program offers a great alternative for the standard Windows Task Manager
5.0  (2 votes)
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There are many times when the standard Windows Task Manager just doesn't offer all the functionality that you need. Programs like Chameleon Task Manager provide an effective solution for this issue.
Chameleon Task Manager is a multifunctional tool that can successfully substitute the Windows standard task manager. This program offers an impressive amount of functions, which its users will surely find very handy. With this application, you will be able to control all the processes and services that you are currently running on your operating system.

Chameleon Task Manager lets you determine the priority of your processes, set their affinity or stop any of them. One of the best things about this application is that it allows you to optimize the memory for each process, thus ensuring ideal running conditions.

Another great thing about this application is that it can also be used as a system monitor. The program keeps statistics about your computer usage and it alerts you when a certain process is hogging too many resources. It can run from the system tray, so it doesn't get in your way, but you can always have it at hand.

Chameleon Task Manager can also help with the protection of your computer. This application can display the source and the path to any process, making it easy to remove any unwanted items. What's even better is that it will automatically alert you once a new process is being launched by one of your programs.

In conclusion, I recommend Chameleon Task Manager to anyone in need of an alternative for the standard task manager. This program is effective, reliable and user friendly. In my opinion, all of these qualities make it worth its price.

Sean O'Reilly
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  • Helps you optimize the memory allotted to each process
  • Provides computer resource usage statistics
  • Notifies users about newly launched programs


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